It was recently announced that a new journal bearing this title would shortly be issued in London under the editorship of Drs. William Osler, J. R. Bradford, A. E. Garrod, R. Hutchison, H. D. Rolleston and W. Hale White. One might think the field of medical journalism already rather full, but that is only because the serial medical literature of to-day has gravitated more and more away from the archive type toward that of the newspaper. It was therefore thought that there was not only room, but an actual necessity, for a journal dealing with clinical medicine more comprehensively and in greater detail than has hitherto been the rule, on lines made familiar by the Zeitschrift für klinische Medicin or the long since defunct British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review. A copy of the first issue of the promised journal, dated October, 1907, now lies before us, and a good idea
THE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF MEDICINE.. JAMA. 1907;XLIX(16):1372. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530160050010
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